Rushmore with ice-maker - full-timer
I live in my Rushmore Lincoln nearly full time for work in Kentucky. I can see that the water lines are in the climate-controlled storage basements, so they will be fine. The one item that has me puzzled is the water line going to the ice-maker in the frig, which is in the kitchen slideout. I made a closer look today, and what I see is a very short (six inches?) section of blue water line protruding from the main floor area. I seem to recall (don't trust it!) a type of blue water lines that would not rupture from freezing. Is this that? Second item is at the end of this short blue water line is a shutoff valve with a semi-clear water line (looks sort of like aquarium air line) that is about three feet long that goes into the slideout floor behind the frig. I shut the valve off and disconnected this line, figuring it would drain out. After taking it off though and seeing how thick it is, I really don't know that freezing would hurt it to begin with.
For you folks with ice-makers and exposed water line to it, do you shut it off and drain, or wrap the lines, or ... ? I'll have to do whatever Saturday, as the three nights after tomorrow will drop into the 20's.
2014 Rushmore Lincoln (2013 floor plan), 2nd owner
2005 Ford F-250, slightly warmed over!